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Le Happy Restaurant Review: Le Happy doesn't look like much from the outside, but inside the vibe percolates, inspired by deep-red walls, a glittering disco ball hanging from the ceiling, and Polaroids in the restrooms of regular patrons. At night, this place comes into its own as a hip and rockin' spot. An extensive selection of crêpes, both savory and sweet, captivate patrons. Made with whole-grain flours --- buckwheat for savory, whole-wheat for sweet --- the crȇpes have unexpected flavors and are branded with clever names. Le Trash Blanc is a buckwheat crêpe stuffed with ham and cheddar and served with a foamy Pabst Blue Ribbon brew. The Demi vegan is filled with tofu, cilantro, cucumber, fermented black beans and peanut sauce, and the "faux vegan" features spinach and cheese. Sweet crêpes, however, are the most inspired, with chocolate banana, strawberries, poached pear and coconut as standouts. Kids can order Le Happy meal, a cheese crêpe paired with fresh fruit and a toy. And if you don't find your crêpe diverting enough on its own, peruse the basket of games for some grownup entertainment. Service can be slow.